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This hasn't been occurring with Lily or anything, I was just wondering since summer is starting finally. But if the temperatures are on the higher end, close to 80, and the hedgehog has an unusual lack of activity, could this be a sign of aestivation like it is for hibernation? Lily doesn't come out and eat/run on her wheel if I'm up, so I can't watch and see if she splats out or pants or any of the other signs of being too hot.
 
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